Flatulence And Vomiting While Eating?
Thank you for the question.
Weather that does not support especially with the atmosphere of flooding like this is indeed vulnerable to cause complaints and trigger illness in our bodies. This can be temporary or can indicate something serious, depending on the complaints we experience, especially in children. Nausea and vomiting are often complaints of the digestive tract, and this can be caused by several things. such as swallowing too much air when eating, chewing food too fast, and consuming food or drinks that trigger gas production. In addition, this can be caused by certain diseases such as constipation, gastrointestinal infections due to unhygienic food due to flood conditions, or lactose intolerance.
If the main complaint is flatulence, it is often not something serious. However, if the child experiences other symptoms such as high fever for up to one week, muscle pain, especially in the calf, do not want to eat and drink until they show signs of dehydration such as the child looks weak and the eyes of a cowong, and liquid diarrhea more than 3x a day, consult a doctor immediately because it could lead to something serious. The doctor will make a complaint, physical examination, especially in the abdomen of the child by pressing the stomach a little and listen to the sound of the intestine, and conduct investigations if necessary such as checking stool or checking blood in the laboratory, then the doctor will provide appropriate therapy.
For that, what you can do to maintain your child's health and reduce flatulence:
Avoid sugary drinks, such as broccoli, cauliflower, onions, apples, grapes, and nuts, and soft drinks. Keep adequate intake of food and drink needs of children, give food and drink slowly and slowly. Give a warm compress to the head if the child is hot, and in the stomach to reduce discomfort due to bloating. Hope this helps :)